Archive for the ‘Social Media’ Category

Access to Social Media in Criminal Cases

A recent article was published which discussed a New York judge’s decision to allow prosecutors to access tweets without a warrant. (more…)

How Social Media can Impact Your Case

Do you want to be working on behalf of the opposing party to help them build their case?

What a shocking question.  Of course not – no one does.

But in this era of social media use, tweets, postings or entries which may provide information or which may be misconstrued can work to your disadvantage or aid a party claiming against you or document the case of a party defending against your claim. (more…)